**There’s Nothing Between Either Or

In every organism there is restriction, (in a PowerCore Team there is only one Member per classification) and value is determined by the respect given to the limitation.
So in a PowerCore Team a seat is exactly as valuable as the MembershipCore makes it.
Demonstrated with the attendance policy.

This is not intuitive.
We think a seat is as valuable as the number of people in line for it.
But as any Team that has gone through the Hot Seat process and picked the wrong candidate can tell you, it doesn’t matter who’s in line, it matters who’s in the seat.

The MembershipCore determines the Team’s lowest common denominator.
This affects everything—who joins, who stays, what types of referrals are generated, how many convert into bank deposits.
The MembershipCore creates the results.

A coffee club can have a “come if you want to” attendance policy, a referral organization can’t.
A coffee club is social.
A referral organization is credible.

Do, or do not. There is no try.    Jedi Master Yoda.

If your Team cancels a meeting there’s no need to attend or to arrange for a Sub.
If your Team is meeting the attendance policy applies.
Members want to belong to a Team with a high common denominator.
You make it so.

Gear up for referrals,  W!

Wendy L. Kinney
Office: 404-816-3377
Cell: 404-784-0699 



2 Responses to **There’s Nothing Between Either Or
  1. Doc Edwards
    December 11, 2011 | 8:54 pm

    Our mortgage lender resigned a few years ago.
    In the following two years, we chose and subsequently dismissed three mortgage lenders before finding a suitable team member.
    The last time we voted to open the seat, an attorney who was on our Membership Core was in decent. Because he was the only decenter, the seat was opened. We now have a good mortgage lender, but it cost us a good attorney. He resigned. He still gets referrals from the team.
    This was a very difficult decision for the MCO and the Membership Core, and I feel that the entire team is stronger because it upheld the standard we expect of our members.

    Years ago, someone gave me a phrase that I often use: “I will is a commitment. I’ll try is a cop-out.”
    Doc Edwards, Candler Park Team

    • Wendy Kinney
      December 11, 2011 | 9:49 pm

      Ah, I had not heard that before. Thanks – I’ll use that too.

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